Our mission is to engage leaders to help achieve gender equality and a significant and sustainable increase in the representation of women in leadership.
Members personally lead on gender equality and identify practical, constructive and disruptive actions to shift entrenched systems of inequality
We share our insights, progress, resources and results freely and widely for others to adopt or adapt to scale and accelerate the pace of change.
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December 14, 2022 | The Australian Financial Review
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Progressing gender equality in property
December 6, 2022 | Info - Property Council of Australia (Licensed by Copyright Agency)
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CHAMPIONS OF CHANGE GUIDING PRINCIPLES
What Champions of Change have to say on gender equality
‘When workplaces actively support women, and build a culture of respect, they change lives. It’s going to take all of us – every single one of us – to build a more gender equal world.’
Elizabeth Broderick AO
Founder, Champions of Change Coalition
‘The progress we have made shows the impact we can have when: men step up beside women on gender equality; the most senior leader makes gender equality a strategic business priority; there is sustained focus; and we collaborate outside our usual networks for different solutions.’
Chair Manufacturing Australia
‘The statistics are clear, domestic and family violence is prevalent in our society and there will be both victims and perpetrators among the employees of large organisations in Australia today. Workplaces can and therefore should take action, and in doing so we can contribute to both saving and changing lives for the better.’
Former CEO of Telstra
‘We need more men to acknowledge that patriarchy – where men hold the power and women are largely excluded – needs to change. Men may not agree that certain norms give them an advantage as these were also designed mostly by men.’
Ma. Aurora “Boots” Geotina-Garcia
Co-Convenor Champions of Change Philippines
‘As leaders, our continued commitment to gender equality, reporting and transparency is critical to informing our strategies and developing comprehensive action plans to ensure we are progressing towards a gender equal future and minimise the adverse effects of the pandemic on gender equality.’
CEO of Cricket Australia